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How to invite Goddess Lakshmi into URLife & home this Diwali?

Ranadheer Kumar

Transformational Coach and Spiritual Consultant

4 min read


One of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, Diwali symbolizes the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance”.

Diwali’s history can be traced back to ancient India, with several legends associated with it.  Many believe that Diwali is the celebration which marks Goddess Lakshmi’s wedding with Lord Vishnu. Others believe it to be a celebration of Devi Lakshmi’s birth, as it is believed that she was born on the new Moon day of Kartik. In Bengal, during Diwali Goddess Kali is worshipped, who is the Goddess of strength. In certain homes Lord Ganesha is worshipped too, since he is a symbol of auspiciousness. Legend also says that Diwali symbolises the return of Lord Ram to Ayodhya after being exiled for 14 years. When he returned, Lord Ram was welcomed home with diyas which were lit throughout the kingdom.

Significance 

The lighting of diyas signifies the triumph of good over evil. With all the prayers and people meeting with love in their hearts, there’s a bright and cheerful atmosphere overall. People from all religions, castes and backgrounds unite during the occasion of Diwali to create a celebratory atmosphere. It is also a time when one sits back, retrospect’s and reflects on life to make things better going forward.

During the festival of Diwali it is imperative that we start the journey to end the darkness within our lives and fill it with love and light. Whether it is changing our lifestyle into a healthier one or becoming a better person, this is an auspicious occasion to start these life changes.

Diwali is a time to focus on Give and Forgive, Rise and shine. Prosper and Progress, Health and Happiness and above all Illuminate your inner self with positivity towards life. As we light the lamp, its time to light our inside and turn Darkness into Light…

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Diwali Special – Useful Remedies

Try to set a happy and amazingly prosperous energy for the month ahead.

Know that this is also a month of expenses. Remember to give with JOY and GRATITUDE.

The more you give with joy the more you open your pathways to receive!

Considering Diwali is around the corner, I am sharing a few prosperity tips which you can implement in UR life to create more abundance and Prosperity.


The lighting of diya’s during Diwali signifies the triumph of good over evil. With all the prayers and people meeting with love in their hearts, this is a bright and cheerful atmosphere. People from all religions, castes and backgrounds are united during Diwali. It is also the time when one can sit back and reflect on their life and think of how to make things better going forward in URLife.


Tip 1
While preparing for Diwali, get some yellow cowries (peeli kaudi) shells. Place 11 kaudi in your Diwali puja and post puja, tie it in a yellow cloth and keep it in UR cash box. This will attract a lot of Prosperity throughout the year.

Tip 2
Diwali is a special day. Chanting even the simplest mantra of Maa Lakshmi- SHREEM for 108, 1008, 10008 or 100008 times will ensure that money comes to you in abundance and stays.
Know that whatever mantra you chant on Diwali day, it will generate more power and energy than usual. Do not miss this opportunity. Plan ahead so you have time to accomplish your desired number of chants.

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Tip 3
Haldi ki Ganth– turmeric sticks are also very special and used in the puja of Maa Lakshmi. Get 7 or 11 haldi ki ganth and place in your Diwali puja. Post the puja, you can tie these in a yellow cloth and keep it in your business place/cash box/tijori. Change this the following year on Diwali day.

Tip 4
Donate. As Diwali is mainly amavasya or no moon day, any donations made on this day with love, gratitude and blessings will bring in a lot of stability and Prosperity to you.

Tip 5
Use the color Yellow and pink more. When we say Diwali, it feels like Red. However, not many people know that the colours golden, yellow and pink are more appeasing to the Goddess! Incorporate more yellow, golden and pink. Flowers, especially roses are very auspicious in Lakshmi puja. Include these colours in clothes, rangoli, decor, etc.

Tip 6
If you can’t recite the entire Vishnu Sahasranamam, then chant only the following verse during Lakshmi puja for at least 21 times:

Shree ram ram raameti, rame raame manro rame. Sahastra naam tattulyam, ram naam varaanane.

श्री राम राम रामेती, रमे रामे मनोरमे। सहस्त्रनाम तत्तुल्यम, राम नाम वरानने।।

This one stotra is equivalent to the entire vishnu sahastranaam. Its advised to chant it daily 21 times or on Thursdays to bring happiness and abundance into UR life.

Happy Diwali